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The Duchy of Cornwall: a sketch of the ruinous situation in which Sir William Clayton, bart., his lessees, and their under lessees, are placed by the Duchy of Cornwall's demand of an unprecedented and exorbitant fine for the renewal of the leases of the Clayton Estate at Kennington, held under the Duchy.

Hume Tracts
1832
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The Duchy of Cornwall: a sketch of the ruinous situation in which Sir William Clayton, bart., his lessees, and their under lessees, are placed by the Duchy of Cornwall's demand of an unprecedented and exorbitant fine for the renewal of the leases of the
     Clayton Estate at Kennington, held under the Duchy.
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